Jongbloed Racing Wheels Partners with CTCC for 2013

Jongbloed Racing Wheels Partners with CTCC for 2013

Written by  on Sunday, 12 May 2013 21:59

Toronto, ON, May 12, 2013 - The Canadian Touring Car Championship (CTCC) presented by Continental Tire is pleased to confirm its partnership with Jongbloed Racing Inc. beginning with the 2013 season. With this partnership, CTCC competitors from all three Classes will be rewarded with Jongbloed product vouchers based on their finishing position in each race.

Jongbloed is a racing specific wheel engineering and manufacturing firm, focused on providing durable and ultra high-performance wheels to professional race teams and amateur and club-sport racers.  Jongbloed headquarters and manufacturing facilities are located in Morgan Hill, California, just south of San Jose, and a satellite sales office is located in Minneapolis, Minnesota.  In the business of making high-performance racing wheels for more than 30 years, Jongbloed employs industry veterans with a myriad of experience in the racing industry.
 
"I look forward to building a long term partnership with Jongbloed," welcomed John Bondar, President of CTCC.  "Their quality and high performance is reflective of the competitors in CTCC.  I know that our drivers will enjoy getting to know the Jongbloed product."
 
"We are happy to partner with CTCC beginning this season," stated Ryan Dettling of Jongbloed Racing Inc. "Our partnership will help to showcase our product and grow our presence in the Canadian market," he continued.
 
For more details about CTCC, visit www.touringcar.ca or follow CTCC on Facebook and Twitter.
 
About CTCC: The Canadian Touring Car Championship (CTCC) presented by Continental Tire is the only truly Canadian professional road racing series and showcases race cars based on their stock street version in three different categories (Classes). The entry-level B-Spec Class is the category for sub-compact cars with stock engines and strictly controlled suspension modifications; Touring Class features cars with minimal engine modifications, while Super Class machines have powerful and heavily modified engines and advanced aerodynamics. All three classes compete at the same time on the track and challenge for supremacy in their class.
 
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From: CTCC

Information: Dominique Longval/ Director Marketing & Communications
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Last modified on Sunday, 12 May 2013 22:12
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